On the roof of Europe – the frolics of architects
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The natural landscape provokes artists to revive one. Architects overcome technical, physiographic, and custom limitations and they picturesquely blend their works in with the richness of nature. Many benefits may accrue for the region and tourists from this bravura, but at the expense of losing some of the innate values. In this article, the problem is presented intentionally in an exaggerated manner, recalling extreme locations.
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